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An Open Letter to Party Delegates…

TO YOU, HISTORY AND POSTERITY BECKONS   Dear Party delegates, Nigerians have come a long way together and have more to lose dividing now. However, the components that make up Nigeria must first unite and resolve all the contradictions in nationhood to make way for development. Give me a moment...

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Singer 2Face visits Sound Sultan’s grave

Nigerian music veteran, Innocent Idibia, a.k.a 2face, during his stay in the US, has paid a visit to his late friend and colleague’s grave, Sound Sultan. The singer shared on Monday, via his Instagram page a video of himself with his friends laying beautiful flowers on the deceased tomb. He...

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Advice from others

“Listen to advice and accept discipline, and at the end you will be counted among the wise” Proverbs 19:20. We all can fall into the trap of ignoring advice from others. Perhaps we are too occupied with our own thoughts in the moment, or perhaps we feel so strongly about...

DEBORAH’S FATE: Delineating the facts

"Men never do evil so completely and cheerfully as when they do it from religious conviction." ~ Pascal Blaise.   Nigeria has become a theatre of possibilities. An enigma to every known convention in human civilization. The happenstance that punctuate her history is as awkward as it is scandalous to...

Three steps for Africa to combat climate change

New policy paper defines continent’s stance ahead of COP27 With hopes for countering global warming pinned on progress at the upcoming COP27 UN Climate Change Conference in Egypt, a new report from the Africa Finance Corporation (AFC), Africa’s leading infrastructure solutions provider, sets out the continent’s stance by balancing the...

Africa’s stolen hopes

The flight of Africans urgently seeking to leave Africa practically every day did not start today. It has been assembled over a long period. Its roots go back to the days of the slave trade when against their will and by actions which amount to some of the most atrocious...

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